H E R E  C O M E S  T H E  D A R K N E S S: Irena Knezevic
October 29-December 18 / 2011
ISU Galleries / University of Illinois at Normal
Opening Reception: Saturday / October 29 / 5-7pm

Programs:

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 7 PM, VIDEO SCREENING WITH LIVE INTERMISSION THE NORMAL THEATER / 209 NORTH STREET, NORMAL

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 4 PM, CONCERT FEATURING KNEZEVIC, DANCERS FROM THE SCHOOL OF THEATRE’S DANCE AREA AND MUSICIANS FROM ISU BANDS 145 CENTER FOR THE VISUAL ARTS

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 7 PM
PERFORMANCE WITH KNEZEVIC AND ISU’S DEBATE TEAM
145 CENTER FOR THE VISUAL ARTS

For more info go to: allyouknowistrue.net

Image: Various Instances of a Negligible Mistake: A. Hitler’s Daily Walk, 2010

Forces & Gazes: Deborah Stratman
The Graham Foundation
Artist Talk / Oct 20 / 2011 / 6pm

Madlener House
4 West Burton Place
Chicago, Illinois 60610
Telephone: 312.787.4071
info@grahamfoundation.org

An oldie but a goodie…I like to share this video from NOVA Science Now with my students in my Digital Imaging classes.

Profile: Hany Farid
This self-proclaimed “accidental scientist” is a digital detective inventing new ways to tell if photos have been faked. Be sure to check out the Real or Fake site and try your hand at differentiating doctored from untouched photos.
Aired June 25, 2008 on PBS

MDW Art Fair

10.18.11

MDW Fall Showcase
October 21st- 23rd
 / 2011
The Geolofts / 3636 S Iron St.

Vernissage: Friday / October 21 / 8-11pm

Saturday / Noon to 6pm
Sunday / Noon to 6pm
$5 admission

Symbiosis
2011 Pingyao International Photography Festival

curated by Susan Dooley
September / 19 – 25 / 2011

I was recently part of a group exhibition in the 2011 Pingyao International Photography Festival along with two of my former students, Anastasia Samoylova and Kelley Moulton. The exhibition, Symbiosis, was curated by Susan Dooley and included work from several U.S. Professors of Photography along side a selection of work from their students.

Pingyao International Photography Festival is an extremely large and well-attended weeklong event that draws a truly international audience. It is held in converted factories, warehouses, Buddhist and Confucian temples, throughout the 2700-year-old walled village that is a UNECO World Heritage Site. There are an abundance of other events associated with the festival, including lectures, panel discussions, large screen evening slide shows and much more. It is a particularly intense week of being overwhelmed with amazing photography and photographers from all over the world. Here are some more images from this years festival taken by Susan Dooley.

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